Dorothy Boux fell in love with drawing from an early age. Her passion for art persisted throughout her life and could even be noticed from her career choices, most notably her running of a gallery in Harrow on the Hill, London. She later came to write a work As I Trace Again Thy Winding Hill: Harrow on the Hill, a self-described ‘tapestry of prose and verse’. In this work, Boux seemingly draws inspiration from her time spent in the area, naming the piece accordingly and celebrating its beauty. However, despite still choosing to exhibit her calligraphy and illustrations at craft fairs, Boux started to shift her attention towards writing. Primarily detailing her insights into spirituality, each of Boux’s works are written out by hand. Her first book was printed herself on an old hand press. This creative yet deliberate way of producing is even exemplified in the watercolours she creates and pairs with her books. Boux’s beautiful body of work includes All the World’s a Stage, As I Trace Again Thy Winding Hill, The Eternal One, The Golden Thread, Images of Christmas and Woman: A Unique Tribute.